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Thanks, I tried installing the 32bit version, but now it seems Aspellchecker13 does not detect that Aspell is installed on 64bit system.
EmEditor’s own spellchecker is way too unpolished to be usable, and therefor I’m trying to install the Aspellchecker32 plugin to use with Aspell, unfortunatelly, I cannot get the plugin detected by EmEditor x64 ?
Anyone have this plugin working with the 64bit version of EmEditor please ?
That’s what I just wanted to post. Due to other software containing more bugs/irregularities in the 64bit version compared to the 32bit one, I decided to install the 32bit version. I now have the 64bit one installed and all it working just fine.
Thanks a lot ! :-)
I had that option unchecked.
Thank you very very much Crash ! :-)
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Thanks for the continuous help Crash,
The problem is, I don’t want to save, I only want to know the proper specs when I open a file. This is especially important for like .srt (subtitle files for media files)
They need to be in a specific format or they are not recognized (correctly).
Western-European = ISO 8859-1, e.g. English ANSI
So, how do I recognize a Unicode format file then ?
It would be much easier if the status bar gives a more detailed info like Ansi or Unicode, same for the line ending format.
I have no single clue of the line-ending method used if the status bar says no more than “Western-European”
I only see “Western European (Windows) there.
I don’t see or know which ending format was used (CR+LF or Unicode or ANSI or UTF-8)
If I open it in notepad2, I see everything on the status-line, and also using the File/… options.
I nowhere find which Line Ending format was used in EmEditor ?
(or if it’s Unicode or ANSI) :-?
Sorry for the late reply, I’m a little ill these days, I use the latest version 9.08
I have “Save and Restore” in that drop-down list.
Thanks you so much, you’re a hero Toad ! :-)
Thanks a lot for the help Toad,
I tried that, but I had to do all configuration changes (including snippets, macro’s, and personal settings) from scratch.
Now, I really would like to know if it is possible to backup the COMPLETE configuration in some way to extract the necessary registry information into a file, so that I can easily put my configuration back completely in cause of when I need to do a system restore for whatever reason. (I’m regularly screwing my system badly when I’m fiddling with media conversion tools which I’m beta testing, StaxRip, MeGUI, and others…)
So, If anyone knows the registry entries which all have to be exported so I’m sure I backuped ALL settings into 1 or more .reg files, please let me know.
Thanks a lot. :)
Thanks a lot Yutaka ! :)
Unfortunately, when I choose Tools/Import and Export… I only get 1 option :
Set up a removable drive such as a USB drive with default settings.
No other options appear :-(
regarding the last (faster) duplicate line macro you posted, is it possible to change the code so that the last line…
status = "Duplicate lines deleteded."
… could actually show how many duplicate lines were deleted ?
Something like :
“117 duplicate lines deleted.”
Problem is solved ! :)
I’ve had a program running (Filebox eXtender) which extends the Save/Save As/Open dialogs with any shortcuts you want for faster navigation, but for some reason it didn’t play nice with EmEditor. I had more problems with other programs due to this program, I’ve configured Filebox eXtender to not attach it to EmEditor.exe at all, and now everything is fine.
Seems like this Filebox eXtender is no longer developed for a reason, I’ve had to disable it for a whole bunch of programs which it didn’t work fine with.
Sorry for bothering you once more with a problem that wasn’t related to this fine Editor.
Thanks again Yutaka !
Same problem with v9.0beta2 :-(